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saenoun [C]

uk   /ˌes.eɪˈiː/ us   /ˌes.eɪˈiː/ UK US also SASE
abbreviation for stamped addressed envelope or self-addressed envelope: an envelope with a stamp and your name and address on it that you send inside another envelope to an organization when you want a reply: Write to the above address, enclosing an sae.
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saenoun [C]

also SAE uk   us   UK
abbreviation for self-addressed envelope or stamped addressed envelope: an envelope with your address and a stamp on it, that you send to someone so that they can send you something back: For more details send an sae to the address listed below.
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